Polling stations, districts and boundaries
Boundary, polling district and polling place reviews
Polling District and Polling Place Review 2021/2022
Following the conclusion of the recent Local Government Boundary Commission for England Review, St Albans City and District Council (‘The Council’) is conducting a review of polling districts and polling places.
The May 2022 district council elections will be run under the new arrangements.
The review of polling districts and polling places commences on 6 September 2021.
Any elector within the authority (or within a parliamentary constituency which has any part in the authority) may make a representation. Persons or bodies making representations should, if possible, give alternative places which may be used as polling places.
The Council would welcome any person or body with expertise in access for persons with any form of disability to make a representation or to comment on the Council’s proposals, the Acting Returning Officer’s representation or any other matter.
Representations and comments should be submitted in writing to:
St Albans City and District Council
Or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submitting a representation is 29 October 2021 and any representations received will be available for public inspection.
Information regarding the current polling districts and polling places can be found via the Council's District mapping service.
The official notice of review, the Acting Returning Officer’s (ARO's) proposed schedule, and maps showing the proposed polling district boundaries and polling stations can be found below:
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Notice of review of parliamentary polling districts and polling places 2021/2022:
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Acting Returning Officer's proposed schedule of polling districts and polling places:
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Please see the maps below for proposals for each district ward:
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Details of the forthcoming 2023 review of constituency boundaries can be found on the Boundary Commission for England’s website.
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Details of the recent electoral review can be found on the Local Government Boundary Commission for England’s website.
Finding your polling station
Shortly before an election, you will be sent a poll card which contains details of your polling station including a map of the location.
Polling stations may change depending on the election. In the run-up to an election, you can also find details of your polling station by using Democracy Club’s polling station finder.
Information about polling districts and polling places can be found through the Council's Where I Live service. Search for an address in the district and you will be provided with information about the relevant polling district, polling station and elected representatives.
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- List of current polling stations: